Davis, John (4), Am

Davis, John (4), A.M.

a Baptist minister, was born in Liverpool, England, November 8, 1803. He studied at Horton College, Bradford; was ordained pastor at Portsea, Hampshire, January 13, 1829; was minister to several churches, the last of which was Port Mahon, Sheffield. In 1845 he came to New Jersey; became pastor of a church; afterwards accepted ail agency for the American and Foreign Bible Society; visited the provinces, and in 1853 succeeded Burton in the pastorate at Yarmouth, N.S. After a short period of ministry at St. George, N.B., he became pastor at Charlottetown, P.E.I., and remained there until his death, August 14, 1875. See Cathcart, Bapt. Cyclop. page 314.

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